Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Getting Fixed Part Two - More short films

Once again I find myself trawling for fresh (and much-loved) cinema finds out there on the world wide interweb. Here's some more little nuggets of experimental cinematic bliss, to cleanse the head when you're in need of a cine-fix and you have no time for a fully-fledged journey. Bite-sized morsels of filmic joy. (Bloody hell, so far I've likened cinema to drugs, travel, and food. How many more obvious metaphors can I come up with?)

1. IN TITAN'S GOBLET (Peter Hutton; USA; 1991)


2. YANTRA (James Whitney; USA; 1957)


3. INHABITANTS (Artavazd Pelechian; Armenia; 1970)


4. BLACK IS (Aldo Tambellini; Italy; 1965)


5. OFFON (Scott Bartlett; USA; 1967)


6. BLACK AND WHITE TRYPPS NUMBER THREE (Ben Russell; USA; 2007)


7. VERY NICE, VERY NICE (Arthur Lipsett; Canada; 1961)


8. OUR LADY OF THE SPHERE (Lawrence Jordan; USA; 1969)


9. HOLYWOODS (Cecile Fontaine; France; 2008)


10. HAPPY END (Peter Tscherkassky; Austria; 1980)



11. 7362 (Pat O'Neill; USA; 1965-67)


12. RUMPELSTILZCHEN (J├╝rgen Reble; Germany; 1989)
13. WHITE LITE (Jeff Keen; UK; 1968)


14. NECROLOGY (Standish Lawder; USA; 1970)


15. SYNCHROMY NO. 4; ESCAPE (Mary Ellen Bute and Ted Nemeth; USA; 1938)




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